Here, you are urged and encouraged to run your mouths about something important.

Saturday, September 5, 2009


You only see a shot of Rep. Tom Perriello (D-VA) once but it's right after the speaker slams him and it's obvious he doesn't like it. The bottom line though is that Obama's czars are unconstitutional and VERY SCARY, Van Jones notwithstanding.

Note that as the speaker gets a standing ovation, the Obamautomatons just sit there looking like.........well.......Obamautomatons.

h/t to HOT AIR


The name of the CD is "WARTIMES: Reports from the Opposition". The narrator is none other than convicted cop killer, Mumia Abu Jamal. The record label was Freedom Fighter Music. Who sponsored the label? The Ella Baker Center, which was founded by current Green Jobs Czar Van Jones.

However, on this particular album, not only was Jones' organization behind its production but Jones himself appeared on the record. VERUM SERUM has done it again in discovering it all.
not only did Jones run the organization which sponsored the creation of this album, but he is also featured on the album itself.
VS also put together a Cliff Notes version of the record. Notice how Mumia introduces the record and then fast forward to the 3:45 mark to hear Van Jones spew his anti-American rhetoric. The record appears to have been produced in 2002-2003.

As I listened to this garbage, I couldn't help but wonder...

Why is a man who is on death row for killing a cop allowed to narrate a record?


Incidentally, the name of the police officer killed by Jamal's hand was Daniel Faulkner (Pictured). Here is WIKIPEDIA'S description of how Faulkner was killed by Wesley Cook (Jamal's original name)
The chain of events started with Faulkner stopping a moving vehicle near the southeast corner of the intersection of South 13th Street and Locust Street in downtown Philadelphia. The United States Court of Appeals, in ruling against Wesley Cook in 2008, described the killing of Officer Faulkner thus:

On December 9, 1981, between three thirty and four o’clock in the morning, Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner made a traffic stop of a Volkswagen driven by William Cook, Wesley's brother, on Locust Street between 12th and 13th Streets, in Philadelphia. Officer Faulkner radioed for backup assistance, and both men exited their vehicles. A struggle ensued, and Officer Faulkner tried to secure Cook’s hands behind his back. At that moment, Wesley Cook, who was in a parking lot on the opposite side of the street, ran toward Officer Faulkner and William Cook. As he approached, Wesley Cook shot Officer Faulkner in the back. As Officer Faulkner fell to the ground, he was able to turn around, reach for his own firearm, and fire at Wesley Cook, striking him in the chest. Wesley Cook, now standing over Officer Faulkner, fired four shots at close range. One shot struck Officer Faulkner between the eyes and entered his brain. The sequence of events described by the court is disputed by supporters of Wesley Cook.

Wesley Cook collapsed nearby and was taken into custody by responding police officers. Daniel Faulkner was pronounced dead the same night. Wesley Cook was charged with murder in the first degree and convicted of that charge in 1982.
Don't you like how the supporters of Wesley Cook dispute the sequence of events that led to the murder of a police officer. Not only was the Faulkner murdered but he was shot 4 times at close range after having been shot in the back. I guess since Van Jones' organization funded the production of a record on which that cop killer narrates (and Jones appears), the latter likely disputes the sequence of events as well.
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